The Minnesota Timberwolves star forward has emerged as one of the best players in the NBA. That could be bad news for his fans in the Twin Cities
Berkut riot police hang a Ukrainian flag from a street light on Independence Square on February 19, 2014 in Kiev, Ukraine. After several weeks of calm, violence has again flared between anti-government protesters and police as the Ukrainian parliament is meant to take up the question of whether to revert to the country's 2004 constitution.Launch Slideshow 9 PHOTOS
Violent protesters return to Sarajevo demanding the resignation of the government
Israeli Spymaster Efraim Halevy on trusting Iran and the Palestinians
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After exchanging insults for years, the two countries bury their differences as the two presidents cling to each other for reassurance
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Being the best at her sport, a great student and squeaky clean aren’t enough to get her into the championships.
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The Bible, produced by Burnett and Roma Downey for the History Channel, was one of the most-viewed series on cable in 2013